Simplified GB customs clearance Moving goods from EU to GB? CABIE allows you to click click clear the consignment with minimal effort – just nine clicks and the shipment is released from the port! Non controlled EU goods are released against EORI’s top tier customs approval and the import declaration filed a few days after
“Why do you give so much away for free?” is a question I am often asked. Whether it is one of our free webinars, free templates, free online auditing tools, free customs quiz… the answer is always simple: we want to encourage trade and make things as simple as possible. If you choose to use
IMPORT ENTRIES DUE BY 24TH JUNE! The deferred entry scheme allows goods to move freely through the border with the GB import entry lodged later. This easement has been extended until end of 2021 but don’t be confused – this doesn’t mean you have until the end of the year to submit your import entries.
Customs is a complicated subject. It can take years to learn the different processes (only for them to change!). We’ve developed a quiz and thought we would share it with you. Go to: www.eori.uk/quiz Very useful for:- – identifying training needs – identifying superstars in the team – recruitment filtering – just a bit of
Massive THANK YOU to all of those that took the time to attend our recent webinar. For those that weren’t able to attend, for one reason or another, we recorded the session. To access the recording (and download the slides) please go to: https://www.eori.uk/experts Do take us up on the ‘meet the experts’ option. This
Nothing stands still at the moment. So, hot on the heels of update no.1 comes the second in the series… RULES OF ORIGIN It’s a complex subject that requires special attention. Get it wrong and you could be paying too much duty or claiming an incorrect origin and under-paying duty (which will bite you later).
Things are changing quickly at the moment. It’s hard to keep up but we’ll do our best to keep you informed. This is the first update of 2021 – they will be issued regularly as things develop. Please note that we concentrate on GB and EU and do not generally comment on XI flows except
Round 8 in the series. This week we are looking at GB to NI The Northern Ireland Protocol (NIP) was introduced to avoid a border on the island of Ireland and to allow free movement of goods between NI and ROI (and vice versa). To achieve this NI, although remaining in the UK customs territory,
Round 7 in the series. This week we are looking at EU to NI…and it might surprise you! The Northern Ireland Protocol was introduced to avoid a border on the island of Ireland and to allow free movement of goods between NI and ROI (and vice versa). To achieve this NI, although remaining in the